The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Monday, October 7, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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Want ads not to exceed five lines will j"
Inserted iu t!.U coluiuu onu uufk (C uays)
tor 2" cents. If you want to buy or soli or
traiie. or liavo lutst or lound nuyililn need
heln or waut work. It will nay you to use
"liiiii bureau 13
MEALS TO ORDER
LOST: Lar-re set out of rinir. Had letter
"K" on It. liberal reward. J. K. C'urse-
lowey Wilson street Restaurant.
J. S. OBORN PROPRIETOR
Q D D D
TAMES S. DAVENPORT'
t ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 9 and 10 New Kalsell Building
Vinita. I. T.
Davenport & Hall Attorneys at Law
Bank. Building Claremore I. T
DR. L. BAGBY
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office in New Ratclifl Building. Tele-
phone 101. Vinita Ind. Ter. i
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public. Office in new Hal
sell building ViniU I. T. Will practice
in all the United States courts of the I. T.
BLUB Sc WILSON
ATTORN E YS-AT-LAW
Furniture More VINITA. I. T.
CIIAS. W. DAY D. D. 8. -'
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a Special-
ty. Oftice over First National Bank
VINITA. I. T.
Q D. MEREDITa D. V. S.
SOKGEON AND DkNTIST.'
Ho .r1ini:iric rs at ; tintT' hthblr. houth
V ilsnu hi root st blJe lull i . I. T
i te only Exclusive live I'.nr and Note
Specialist in the Indian territory
Eyes treated and glasses properly fjted
Office at residence
Uest Place In the City
to Get a QooJ'Meal.
All kinds of mat Fish and (Jame
in eeasoo; Sh'-rt Order a spec-
ialty. Freeh oyeters in any
Elvlf : auvthing you may
waul n t h titling lm.
God meals '2") cnls.
J V. her wood in Charge Oct.i
S. E. Wallen Is tick.
Furniture at Frazee's.
Too many dogs tax 'em.
Feed of all kinds. Phone 73.
Clean up that filthy back alley.
Will Vernier is here from Adair.
Stove at all prices at Darrough's.
Tablets and slates at Purus Racket.
Side saddle for SO at Lee Barrett's.
83.00 buggy harness at Lee ParrettV.
Kin met Ilea went to Muskogee to
John Nail is In from Fensacola to-
day. A large acreage of wheat Is being
Another excursion and nobody
Dining room help wanted at Hotel
Fct apple vincga" kept at I'.alen-
tine's. Velvet Starch is a winner. The
Nat Itidor went U M'.'skogc ; I bis
See those couches a'. Ming furniture
Full ie.H-h( r coil.ir for? 1.0') lit Lee
Velvet .Starch n:y best feller. L. P.
Mrs. Mara Wo1all of Pig Cabin Is
in the city.
Gorn ch'ips Ltmii and hort at F.
John Manis ha-j cen quite sick for
a few days.
The ladies all endorse Velvet .Starch.
- J. M. Jul.cs.
We are now showing the best line of ready
to wear garments ever brought to Vinita
.Ladies' Coat Suits froni. . . . $8.50 to $35.00
.Ladis's Coat Suits made of fine pebble cloths
jacket taffeta lined well tailored at .$i5-
Ladies' Coat Suits latest styles $8.50 $10 $12.50
Ladies' rainy day and dress skirts tailor made
newest patterns from . : $1.50 to $10.00
French flannel waists made in the best styles all
colors from . . '. $1.00 to $2.50
Silk and satin waists from . : -. $3.50 to $6.00
Ladies' Petticoats from $1.00 to $5.00
The best line of capes and jackets to be found in
the Indian Territory.
13 U L3 d fez
The Veslern Denfal Co
Has k)catc J in this city-
i:i Raymond huiUlin.
fill Kinds ot Denial Work at
Kaisas City Prices.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain
-1 ALL WORK GUARANTr.T.n.
.torac-e Rooms. lltst Side
CORN & COAL
Delivercito AU Pats
C R. STANK- r
I keep to'.Ung but '
l:iu ant vk-iiltc glad
at sty time an ! will y ;
riU'. nage. Iulcfititi-'
There arc several cases of typhoid
fever in town.
Huns and amruudltlon at Sam II.
Frazec & CoV.
Chickens and batter always on
hand at Cowan'.
District Attorney P. L. So per left
last night for Ada.
Winchester f hot guns and rifle at
Sam It. Fra7.ee & CVs.
For Sale Cheap Sad lie bridle and
epur-i. J. I!. Tun er
r. -M's Ib.ok Stor.; for the lalt
nuvfls and in igazincs. . U
S. H. Majes of Pryor Creek is au-
t vrai hed nt the Cobb.
The b'-t har.l whe it f! ouron earth
Old Glory at Cow.io'.
A brother of Ju !g Gill Is her'
from Galveton vUlilng.
The little daughter of J. F. Q iillan
is quite ick with fever.
James I. Morning went wct on
the early morning Iccal.
Fur Sale Two large One brood
sow. Addreis Pox 16.
Fredi oysters In any ty!e at the
Sdver Mn Pctaurant.
Capt. W. M. Smith of Alluwe was
In town on business today.
Jt:de Gill returned from Siuth
Mc Alerter Situr Jay n!fc'ht.
A few dedril le r ms f 'r Uu if rs
at the Whitney retaurant. tf
list's P ok St rc f r low prices In
notion and fchool supplies. C
Mr. an 1 Mr. A. J. Green went to
Kansas City oo a Tiit Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. r.aymond have
returned Troni a viit to Cheho.
Wyrxian Tb mpsjn earns In Trorn
hi Grand river farm thU morning.
Wbite r and all kin Is of s-fice
ground and whole at Palestine's
Wanted-A fdealy trlrl f-r
general housework. Mrs. P. L. S ipr.
Yur cr rey back if Velvet Starch
d.'is ct p-eae jou. Mrs. Paientli.e.
Mrs. A. Ib At rrr n reture1 yes-
terday after a week's viit ia Mis-
uri. The Vi'T uh Ilarlware Co. wid
exchange ftnves f-r elt'.cr cc?l tr
Mr. ar.1 Mr- Pie? Tfecpsr-n Mr.
an I Mrs. lUey Tb-n?p'T Mr. ar.3
r.UcG'r-ur s j I cb.:l:en
i ttelr c-utirg is
Hot and cold baths on tap at. J( e
Divis1 place south of P. O.
See thoe $"2o side ea Idles Cali-
fornia (.kirting at Lee Hurrett's.
Atlas c at meal fof Kile at Iiilen-tirie'-.
Coupon in each package.
F.legant new line of Witm rks sheet
niulc at the post otllce book dore.
Steel ranges $H and Moves from
fl.!0 up at DarrougU Hurdwarc Co.
t Jut opened up a nice supply of
fc and 10c ;ounter goods at Ilalen-
tines. To get that tine glosy (Inish on
your clothes use Velvet Starch. E.
N . Hatch!! & Co.
Ex-Treasurer E. E. Starr is In town
at tending the sssiins of the Dawes
coitimission h a witness.
Uncle Jim lilythe left f r his home
at PirtiesviHf aff-r a week'n visit
with friends in the city.
Johnnie Green on of Mr. and Mrs.
A; N. Green came In on the return-
ing Kansas City excursion this morn-
ing for a visit with his parents after
an absence of almut seven years.
Cut this Advertisement out and save it
bate reti.fr'-1 fr
tie Srivir.iw c--
001 01 PislITiD.
"When the wall is out of plumb the
btnlding is more or less unsafe and the
Li her the wall ia carried out of the per-
pendicular the greater the danger of col-
l.tpse Ifa aUmt m with the health ; it
is out of plumb when the digestion i
I; very day that
are neglected in-
creases the liabil-
ity to physical
diseases of the
stomach and other
orrans of diges
tion and nutrition.
It pontics the blood and cufes nervous-
ness irritability and f-leeplessness by
erring tbe diseases in which they
For thrrr v.ar I imtnlt p-tTT.
wri-jt Mn. H R. W hite. t-f Mnti.1. SifS4
Co. (' ifbec. 1 wu Hi hvc rpeVi of lretnt.itnc
'I is. ihrii it work tsp ii"t iny
tomiich mni Rich distrrM it w iinriM to
-ni. 1 wT.Uff to tve Worlj Lt.'pmsary
-i 1 the Try t"rmp'v m'Tfl tni tthi tne
rhit t.j - " 1 look "iiM l-:t'- of It. ! iTTt
r.i-S'in MHi-t'. Iiwew f- m' f-e vii i
I-T I rt Ir'"ft. TharV to Dr.
j ert en I m'-'riif I -a a well wmr.
I; jr. litre tii-.'-.riif ' cored te
trmiMT of Vrrr rm-i'tomt ftTt liif'i tf'e hr
trra rrr for f.'1-ri ye-. H e?
rrn--T! 1 these to all oflerir.g
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adt:r a lwk. containing ltS pages.
Darrough Hardware Co.
Frank Harmon Prop'r.
Everything Ttat is Kxpt in an
Up-to-date Meat Market. Nice Frcih Lint of
Canned Goods Fruits Con-
fections Ggars and Tobacco.
Fresh Bread Cakes Pies. Prompt Delivery.
Oliver Bagdy Tres.
J. O HaLL V-rres. W.- P. PHlLLirs Cashier.
First National Bank j
f.r t rer-i of nailirg -.7rd.T t'::e bor.k
li r.vrr cove-s or ?i t tamps lor tx:e '
C A PI TA L Soo.oni. SJ V?7. r.J;.-
Oldest and Strongest National Eaalt in tbe Cherokee Nation.
CUl 'EX SA CB '. Jf. F. FOR fi. E. F. FFA YS.i ' A . L. CH I VrY... IT H.
KOKSFGA J' H-. A. CFAHAM . O. HALL. G. W. CLAfifC IV. E. ifALSF.LL.
Does a Sate General Canklr g Luiirese.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Monday, October 7, 1901, newspaper, October 7, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775352/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.